Unique exhibitions that you will be able to see in Madrid

By | 23 November, 2018 | 0 comments

Madrid’s cultural offer is so vast that is goes beyond its main museums. Today we will bring you a selection of varied exhibitions that you cannot miss if you go to Madrid this autumn.

Tamara de Lempicka

Gaviria Palace will hold a monographic exhibition by Tamara de Lempicka, known for her portraits and nudes of Art-Decó style. Through her works, we will be able to learn about the well-off epoch of the bourgeoisie and the progressive decline of the aristocracy. This exhibition is the first retrospective dedicated to the artist, somehow her second visit to Spain, since in 1932 Tamara de Lempicka was in our country, in a trip that had a very big influence on her works of art. After her smashing success in Milan, Paris, Turin and Verona, you will be able to see her in Madrid from October 5th to February 24th

Paint tales. Contemporary Mexican illustration for kids.

Kids will also enjoy this exhibition. In it, you will be able to learn about the evolution of contemporary Mexican illustration over the last half century. The exhibition has 142 representative works of art of 49 Mexican illustrators that have published in books for kids and youngsters. You can also see different proposals such as poster, design, graffiti, street art, cinema, animation or graphic novel. You can see it until 6th of January.

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We, robots

Espacio Fundación Telefónica will hold an exhibition that will make us reflect on the challenges that humanity faces with the development of technology and the possibilities that they offer to transform the future. In it, you will be able to discover major milestones in the the history of technology from ancient times to the present day or discover more than forty robots accompanied by audio-visuals, mock-up and computer graphics. You will be able to enjoy this fascinating exhibition from October 5th to February 3rd.

Roy Lichtenstein. Posters

If you are into Pop Art, this exhibition is for you. Roy Lichtenstein, one of the most important representatives of American pop art, will be in charge of opening the new season of The Canal Foundation Isabel II. This artist is a global icon of American pop art and was one of the pioneers who took inspiration for his creations from comic strip cartoons or magazine ads. Why is this exhibition a must? We’ll only give you a reason: it is the first time we have this kind of exhibition in Spain. You will be able to enjoy 76 pieces with the most representative posters of this artist from October 4th to January 5th.

Four exhibitions that will not leave you indifferent and that you cannot miss if you are one of the lucky ones who can enjoy a getaway to Madrid this autumn.

Categories: Madrid Cultura

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